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Book Blogger Hop #22 and Follow Friday #17

The Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Jennifer from Crazy for Books and Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee from Parajunkee's View.

Book Blogger Hop

Since today is April Fool's Day in the USA, what is the best prank you have ever played on someone OR that someone has played on you? 

My answer: I'm rubbish at thinking of pranks! And, nobody has ever played a real prank on me, just said things like 'It's my birthday' or 'I'm moving away', stuff like that. Not very interesting I know! So I don't really have an answer for this question! Sorry :L 


What is the book that you really don't want to admit to loving? 

My answer: Again, I don't really have an answer to this... I don't think there are any books I don't want to admit loving, I'll admit that I love most books! Most because I don't love all the books I read  :L So, that wasn't really an answer either :D 

If you actually have answers to this week's questions, please leave your link in the comments! Happy hopping!

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  1. I couldn't think of a book I don't want to admit to loving either. I'm proud of what I read no matter what the material is.

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  2. Aww, Telling someone you`re moving away isn`t even a prank...that`s just enough to make you sad. Mainly if you`re close to that person. New follower (:

    Heres my Follow friday/Book blogger hop
    http://studdedkissya.blogspot.com/2011/04/follow-friday-book-blogger-hop.html

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  3. New follower here!

    Aweh, what lame pranks. At least you get somewhat pranked. No one ever pranks me, haha.

    You're lucky that you don't have any secret desires!

    Here's my answers for this week:
    http://room304.brokenphrases.info/2011/03/book-blog-hop-4-follow-friday-2/

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  4. I thought of a book but only because I hate when people judge what I read and I always feel like people do.

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  5. It think it was a great answer. You admit to loving the books you love because there's a definite line between the ones you do and the ones you don't. Perfect!

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  6. At first I wasn't going to participate in this week's Book Blogger Hop. I'm not even sure why.

    But here I am. And I'm glad! To dispel any false impressions people may have had about me being a old, stodgy fuddy-duddy I'm happy to share some of my very best pranks with you.

    Highlights include - low-grade explosives, eggs and salt shakers. Get all the side-splitting details over on my blog - http://www.howardsherman.net

    They date back to my younger years as a Brooklyn boy which brings about some introspection.

    I'm going to go pull some pranks today. Look out world! I'm coming out of prankster retirement!
    Howard Sherman
    http://www.howardsherman.net

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  7. I am glad I am not the only one who doesn't like pranks. I don't like to play them or be the receiver of them.

    I am stopping by from the blog hop.

    Hope you have a fun blog hop.

    Stop by my blog if you like to see my answer.

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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